What's Ahead on Campus
Nov. 18, 2013
A brief look at activities of interest that will be taking place on the Lubbock Christian University campus in the coming week.
Theatre Auditions – Open auditions for the LCU spring theatre production will be held this evening (Monday) at 5:00 pm in Room 104 of the Music Bldg. Auditions are open to all students and will consist of cold readings, so no prep is needed. If you cannot attend at this time, but want to be involved, please contact Dr. Laurie Doyle.
Stitched Together – An art exhibition by LCU student, Ashton Reinli, will open on Monday with a reception that will take place from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm in the LCU Art Studio Building. The exhibit, "Stitched Together," will be on display through Dec. 6th in the LCU Art Student Gallery of the new building.
Holiday Hoobie Whatie – The SUB will be the site for students, faculty and staff to enjoy a little early Christmas magic with this campus event. The festivities will begin at 7:00 pm and will continue until "we run out of cocoa, or wrapping paper whichever comes first!" Those in attendance are encouraged to come hungry and be full of Christmas cheer TONIGHT!
Final "BLUR" of Semester – The final "Blur" worship experience of the fall semester will take place on Tuesday from 7:00-8:30 pm in the McDonald Moody Auditorium. Be inspired to a deeper faith at this unique night of worship. LCU's own, Best Friends, will perform during worship and testimonies from students Afton Adkins, Markese Bohanon, Lindsey Roach and Ben Stachell will be given.
Chaps Host ENMU – Coach Todd Duncan's men's basketball squad will host the Eastern New Mexico University Greyhounds in the Rip Griffin Center for a 7:00 pm tipoff. LCU opened the 2013-14 season with a 111-55 victory over Open Bible College last weekend.
Kennedy Anniversary Speaker Featured– As we approach the 50th Anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the Department of Social Work and Criminal Justice is pleased to announce that Deuon Baker, M.D. will be talking about how his ordinary day in the emergency room at Parkland Memorial Hospital was drastically changed shortly after noon on November 22,1963, when President Kennedy and Texas Governor John Connolly were brought into the emergency room. Then, on Sunday, November 24, 1963, Dr. Baker again became a witness to history as he wheeled a wounded Lee Harvey Oswald into the same emergency room and participated in the unsuccessful surgical efforts to save Oswald's life.
Dr. Baker will make his presentation in the Behavioral Sciences Building, Room #100, at noon on Thursday. Anyone wishing to attend is encouraged to do so and for more information, please contact Dr. James Shewan at email@example.com.
Rock the Rip – The School of Education will present "Rock the Rip" on Thursday at 5:30 pm in the Rip Griffin Center. The women's hoops squad will host Panhandle State University at 5:30 pm followed by the men's squad hosting University of the Southwest for a 7:30 pm tipoff. The School of Education invites you to attend and enjoy a night of basketball and fellowship, while connecting with current students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Hoops at Home– The Lady Chaps will host Newman University (KS) at 1:00 pm on Saturday to wrap up the week of activities on campus.